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    I have an oops litter too as I stated. Pretty will be desexed as soon as she stops lactating (vet's advice) As this was her first split season there is no way of knowing how she would cycle. I am also doing a puppy pack for mine. (River will not be going with one as Chopachop knows it all anyway.)
    I hope to hear how any are going too but I will not be intruding on the new owners. The Christmas card idea is a good one and appeals to me as an innocuous way to say hi and get news. Thanks Mouse.
    I will also be building into the price a 50 buck cash back on proof of desexing.

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    Love the $50 cash back Di_dee1, will keep that in mind myself. I think I have seen this on a couple of breeders websites.

    Also many breeders have a list of questions that potential puppy owners must answer on line. Have a look at them and get some ideas.

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    The cash back was an idea by someone on this forum. My apologies to them as I can not remember for the life of me who it was. Hugs to them.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudgeTheDeedNotTheBreed View Post
    To start with this is not Spam or someone trying to get a kick out of making people angry.

    Secondly thank you to the people who actually replied to my original question. I am highly appreciative.

    Lastly the reason why I asked people to not judge me and post nasty comments was because I never actually stated that I 'wanted to breed' with her because I don't! And before everyone says 'well obviously you do otherwise this wouldn't be her second litter', when I brought her she was pregnant and the vet advised me not to get her spayed until her body had recovered from the labor (it wasn't easy on her). Obviously keeping her away from males etc. However whilst at work my neighbor's dog jumped the (6ft) fence! I was totally unaware of this until recently I noticed her behaving strangely and her teats were enlarged. I took her to the vet and sure enough . . . . too late to abort!

    I do not want to force the buyer to keep in touch however I would much prefer if circumstances arose to have the pup(s) returned to me rather than end up in a pound somewhere.

    I sincerely apologise for making people angry - I will make sure to be more accurate when describing my situation next time.

    BTW I have been to pounds etc and this is exactly why I don't wish for these pups to end up there.

    Thanks for the minimal advice that I did receive though


    Can i ask, why did'nt you lock your bitch in the house or some where else out of reach of males while she was in season, males can smell a bitch on heat from miles away (that's something that most people know ).

    & how long ago did she have her 1st litter, months, years etc?, just wondering why its taken so long for you to have her de-sexed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    Can i ask, why did'nt you lock your bitch in the house or some where else out of reach of males while she was in season, males can smell a bitch on heat from miles away (that's something that most people know ).

    & how long ago did she have her 1st litter, months, years etc?, just wondering why its taken so long for you to have her de-sexed?
    Yes, fair question AF. Just also wondering how OP knows the dog next door jumped the 6 foot fence if they were totally unaware of it. Trivial, I admit, but strange, nevertheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    Can i ask, why did'nt you lock your bitch in the house or some where else out of reach of males while she was in season, males can smell a bitch on heat from miles away (that's something that most people know ).

    & how long ago did she have her 1st litter, months, years etc?, just wondering why its taken so long for you to have her de-sexed?
    Fair questions Aussie Floyd!

    The reason I did not lock her away was because I actually have chicken wire around the top of my back yard as she has some nasty habits with jumping etc. I thought that this would suffice with keeping her in the yard however never put much thought into keeping other animals out........ Which is irresponsible on my part


    She had her first litter approximately 15 months ago. Not long after we had alot of issue with aggression which the vet advised us to deal with before going ahead with the desexing (this was how I ended up with her daughter-as she attacked her at 1week old)
    I had her booked in a week and a half ago for desexing along with her pup (which I obviously went ahead with(pup i mean))


    I understand that I may look like a BYB to you but I assure you I am not. My animals have always been desexed (apart from the male staff as he is my partners dog and I am forbidden from taking him to the Vet in case I get him desexed-he is kept away from the females)

    I thank everyone for the advice on when to get her desexed after she whelps. There will be no delay this time!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Yes, fair question AF. Just also wondering how OP knows the dog next door jumped the 6 foot fence if they were totally unaware of it. Trivial, I admit, but strange, nevertheless.
    Hi Devils Advocate, I found out about the neighbour's dog jumping the fence after I took her to the vet to confirm the pregnancy. I actually went next door to ask them if they had seen him jump and the neighbour told me he actually heard them barking etc and had to call his dog back over the fence!!

    Obviously I was furious and told him so! He told me that he didn't think it was necessary to tell me because he didn't know she was in heat! I was pissed off to say the least!!!

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    welcome to my world, sighhh. Mine are 3 weeks old, have homes for 3, someone may be interested in the 4th. Whilst the pups are gorgous, I just can't wait till it is all over, Pretty is spayed so this has no chance of happening again. It is a situation I have avoided all my life by not having a female who was in productive years. Sometimes life hits you a curve ball.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Thanks all you have been really supportive!!! I will post some picks when the pups arrive.

    Hoping to have a better experience with mum than last time but hey 'Chin Up'

    I will definitely do the 'Puppy Pack' idea as I done something similar to this last time but I will be doing the $50 cash back for desexing!!! ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT IDEA!!!

    I will keep you all posted . . . . im sure il need advice for mum and pups soon anyway!

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    My story, blue heeler pregnant first season in heneral may give some ideas.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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